Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan ‘rejects’ India’s protest against Gilgit-Baltistan order

    Islamabad: Pakistan has “rejected” India’s protest against Islamabad’s move relating to administrative control over the Gilgit-Baltistan region, which is a part of Pakistan-administered Kashmir. The “Gilgit-Baltistan Order 2018” was approved by Pakistan’s Cabinet on May 21 and it was also endorsed by the Assembly for the region.

  • Online ticket sales for Men’s Hockey World begin

    Bhubaneswar: The online sale of general tickets for the Men’s Hockey World Cup, scheduled to be held from November 28-December 16 here, was launched by Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday. The announcement was made by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) and Hockey India as the prestigious hockey competition is set to take place at the Kalinga Hockey Stadium here.

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    ‘Raazi makes me believe in the choices that I make as an actor’, says Alia Bhatt

    Mumbai: Alia Bhatt has had a good box office run with most of her films and the actor says it has made her more confident about her choices.She has mixed her critically acclaimed turns in “Highway”, “Udta Punjab” and “Raazi” with mainstream films like “2 States” and “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania”.  Alia says she always looks for a relatability factor in her films.

  • I don’t pay attention to trolls: Malaika Arora

    Mumbai, Actress Malaika Arora, who has been a target of several trolls, says she doesn’t pay attention to them. “I don’t pay attention to trolls and that is the best way to deal with them,” Malaika said in a statement to IANS.  Last week, she posted a collage of throwback photographs of herself taking a dip in the sea. She captioned it: “Summer loving. Take me back.”

  • 23-year-old Punjabi singer Navjot Singh found shot dead near Chandigarh

    Chandigarh: A 23-year-old Punjabi singer was found dead in Dera Bassi near Chandigarh, police said here today. Navjot Singh’s body, bearing four to five bullet injury marks, was found few metres away from his car at village Rampur Sainian in Dera Bassi, Mohali, at around 1 am, said Inspector Mahinder Singh, police station (Dera Bassi).

  • Salman Khan, Race 3 trailer

    Salman Khan starrer ‘Race 3’ climax shot in just 5 days, promises deadly action; read details here

    Salman Khan and his team shot Race 3 climax in just five days, it was supposed to take ten days but they have wrapped it in five days. The climax was shot with three units simultaneously, other stars were also shooting in three units which helped in finishing it before the dead line. The climax scene can be seen in trailer where Salman and Bobby Deol are performing deadly stunts.

  • ‘Parmanu’ mints Rs. 20 cr on debut weekend

    New Delhi, Based on the 1998 Pokhran nuclear tests, Bollywood star John Abraham’s highly-anticipated film ‘Parmanu- The Story of Pokhran‘ recorded an incredible first weekend collection of Rs. 20.78 cr. Film critic Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the earnings, writing, “#Parmanu crosses Rs. 20 cr mark… RESPECTABLE TOTAL… Limited promotion/awareness + #IPL semi-finals hit biz hard… Weekdays crucial… Fri 4.82 cr, Sat

  • LG develops technology to reduce VR sickness

    Seoul, LG Display Co on Monday said it has developed a new breakthrough in Virtual Reality (VR) technology to prevent dizziness, headaches and other symptoms associated with motion sickness by reducing the delay between users’ movements and the images shown on the screen.

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    Pakistan penalised for slow over-rate in first Test vs England at Lord’s

    Dubai: Pakistan have been penalised for maintaining a slow over-rate in the Lords Test against England, which the visitors won by nine wickets to go one-up in the two-match series. According to an International Cricket Council (ICC) statement, match referee Jeff Crowe imposed the fine after Sarfraz Ahmed’s side was ruled to be three overs short of their target when time allowances were taken into consideration.

  • Southwest Monsoon hits Kerala; Marks arrival of rainy season, says Skymet

    New Delhi: The Southwest Monsoon hit Kerala today, marking the arrival of the rainy season in the country, private weather forecasting agency Skymet said. However, the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the country’ official weather forecaster, in its 8.15-am bulletin, said Monsoon would hit Kerala in the next 24 hours.

  • First Period: Twinkle Khanna to support a short film on Menstruation

    Twinkle Khanna is going to support a short film, ‘First Period’. The Short film will be based on the sensitive subject of the first period from a boy’s point of view and will show a world where the tables have flipped and the women doesn’t even exist. This will be Twinkles another production venture after producing Pad Man which voiced out an important topic of menstrual hygiene. The film is written and directed by